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Norovirus and Sapovirus Infections in Thailand

Norovirus and Sapovirus Infections in Thailand,Ratigorn Guntapong,Grant S. Hansman,Satoko Ogawa,Tsutomu Kageyama,Yaowapa Pongsuwanna,Kazuhiko Katayama

Norovirus and Sapovirus Infections in Thailand   (Citations: 9)
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    • ...Most common foods implicated in NV and HAV outbreaks are lettuce (Herna ´ndez et al. 1997), strawberries (Hutin et al. 1999), berries (Po ¨nka ¨ et al. 1999), salads (Gaulin et al. 1999), and sandwiches (Chironna et al. 2004)...

    Josefina Leon-FelixRosaet al. Norovirus Contamination of Bell Pepper from Handling During Harvesting...

    • ...Eighty stool specimens from a recent molecular epidemiological study of NoV and SaV infections in Thailand [6] were used...

    G. S. Hansmanet al. Development of an antigen ELISA to detect sapovirus in clinical stool ...

    • ...Sapovirus (SaV) is a causative agent of gastroenteritis in humans and swine (Guntapong et al., 2004; Guo et al., 2001a; Hansman et al., 2004a, 2006; Johansson et al., 2005; Katayama et al., 2004; Nakata et al., 2000; Noel et al., 1997; Robinson et al., 2002; Vinje ´ et al., 2000) and is currently divided into five distinct genetic groups, genogroups I (GI)– GV, on the basis of the capsid protein gene (Farkas et al., 2004)...
    • ...The GI NongKhai-50, GI Chanthaburi-74, GV NongKhai-24 (NK24) and GII SaKaeo-15 (SK15) strains were isolated from infants with gastroenteritis in NongKhai, Chanthaburi or SaKaeo, Thailand, between November 2002 and April 2003 (Guntapong et al., 2004)...

    T. Okaet al. Identification of the cleavage sites of sapovirus open reading frame 1...

    • ...We also analyzed the cross-reactivity among Mc114, C12, NK24 VLPs, and clinical stool specimens [3] by an antigen ELISA as previously described [4] except that in this study we used rabbit (capture) and guinea pig (detector) antisera raised against NK24 VLPs...
    • ...Finally, we examined the 80 clinical stool specimens [3] with the antigen...
    • ...Additional screening of clinical specimens is needed to determine if these novel GV reagents can be used for antibody and antigen ELISA detection methods, however SaV GV strains have only been reported in two studies [2, 3]...

    G. S. Hansmanet al. Characterization of polyclonal antibodies raised against sapovirus gen...

    • ...Symptoms include watery stool, mild and or acute diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea, and vomiting (1)...
    • ...One sequence (strain Sydney3) belonged to genogroup GIV and had ≈99% nt identity with the SW278 sequence, which recently caused an outbreak of gastroenteritis in adults in Sweden in March 2004 (1)...
    • ...Another sequence (strain Sydney4402) belonged to genogroup GV and had 100% nt identity with the NK24 sequence, which was isolated from an infant with gastroenteritis in Thailand in December 2002 (10)...
    • ...In our previous study (10), an infant infected with NK24 (SaV genogroup GV) had a fever for 11 days and vomiting for 3 days, which was notably longer than the duration of symptoms in other infants infected with SaV GI and GII strains (unpub...

    Grant S. Hansmanet al. Genetic Diversity of Sapovirus in Children, Australia

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